First, the Regency at Readington Carriages Toll Brothers is a Luxury Carriage-Style Community, built by Toll Brothers.
This Active Adult Community features resort-style amenities with a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Equally important, they deliver the homes to Specifications through Spring 2020. The Carriages Collection features townhome-style carriage home designs. Moreover, these designs are perfect for active adults. Owners can easily stroll over to the resort-style community clubhouse. Additionally, the community clubhouse has over 4,300 Square Feet of indoor recreation. The outdoor amenities abound with on-site amenities, such as putting green, boccee court, walking trails, gated lot, and outdoor swimming pool.
The Regency at Readington is close to major shopping plaza’s, unlike other 55+ communities. A buyer can expect low-maintenance living with all snow removal provided and lawn care taken care of efficiently and effortlessly.
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Bergen County is one of the wealthiest counties in the entire country. Municipalities and towns in this county helped secure this elite status by implementing exclusionary zoning practices, driving hard working families out. Thankfully, we are on the verge of seeing the actions taken by these 14 towns and reverse decades’ worth of illegal zoning practices.
The communities reached settlement agreements with advocates that will make affordable housing attainable for families and individuals that have previously been priced out through gentrification. These agreements will result in the construction of hundreds of new homes for seniors, people with disabilities and hard working families. They are joining more than 145 towns across the state who have signed fair-housing agreements to transition into an inclusive style of zoning and planning. There are still a few settlement talks with additional Bergen County municipalities and should be announced in the coming months.
A great example of how municipalities working and partnering with a nonprofit are Cresskill and Hillsdale. Numerous other municipalities, including Rochelle Park, Ho-Ho-Kus and Midland Park are working towards a significant amount of downtown redevelopment and growth. Once common goal is looking to be accomplished and that is amending their zoning to allow residences over retail shops in downtown areas and encouraging redevelopment. These changes will ultimately revitalize these communities, expand the fair housing and encourage business.
For example, a developed site can be transitioned into housing without affecting the community’s green spaces. Areas such as former office buildings, warehouses and business sites are filled with opportunity with potential profits, tax breaks for investors and tax rolls for the town.